The meltdown in perspective…

Tremendous news from Burma about the release of Win Tin, the country’s longest-serving political prisoner. Freed after 19 years, he promised to continue his fight “until the emergence of democracy in this country.” He makes the fuss over the sub-prime bail-out look like so much chin-wobbling opera. He is now 79 but was first sentenced… Continue reading The meltdown in perspective…

Harvard Business School’s reaction to Ahead of the Curve

Well, it hasn't been great. The school is evidently angry about the book and many students, both past and present, seem to feel it is unfair and damaging. The official administration reaction was offered by Carl Kester, the deputy dean. You can read it here. The HBS student newspaper also published a story on students'… Continue reading Harvard Business School’s reaction to Ahead of the Curve